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"Just the tutorial you are looking for...Cort and Stearns deftly break down racing, from start to finish, into the basic elements, making the sport more accessible by giving the novice a strong understanding of the fundamentals from which to build. This book should be required reading for anyone wanting to get out on the course. ...the book [will make] the average sailor not only comfortable on the racecourse but competitive as well." --Tm Gregiore Sailing 20091101 "An excellent resource." Sailing World 20051101

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Adam Cort is a former editor and regular contributor to Sailing magazine. He is a lifelong sailor, has cruised extensively, and has sailed and raced dinghies, maxis, and most boats in between. Richard Stearns is an America's Cup veteran and career sailor, sailmaker, boatbuilder and boat salesman. He has participated in 39 Chicago to Mackinac races winning 5 times, competed in 5 Olympic campaigns, won multiple North American championships and competed in Worlds and hemispheric championships around the world. Stearns has compiled an impressive record of international victories including three wins in the Southern Ocean Racing Circuit (SORC). Rich has won championships in boats form the 11 foot Penguin dinghy to 70-foot yachts.

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Excellent...a classic of instructional writing 30. Juli 2013
Von Laurence - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There's no better introduction to sailboat racing ever published. Many sailing books suffer from a surfeit of jargon, incomprehensible amateur prose and cute inside references...at least, that would be true for most of the dozens I have attempted to read. Cort and Stearns assume you have basic sail handling skills, such as the ability to tack, gybe and fly a spinnaker. Other than that, they start from scratch. They do a beautiful job of explaining each phase of a race--start, windward leg, mark rounding, downwind strategy, finishing--in clear and simple language. Every element is covered logically and with easy to follow examples drawn from their own extensive experience. The diagrams are simple enough to follow, but don't leave out anything. It's a brilliant piece of instructional writing that can be read over and over again, and I have given copies to each one of my own crew. If you want to race and want to win, get this book and read it many times. And don't skip the Epilogue, which is a poetic description of why we sail that has restored my sense of proportion more than once.
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most useful books to read! 31. Oktober 2013
Von Iryna - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought the book for my husband. He said the everyone in his yacht club reads this book. He is very satisfied with this book.
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Excellent. Read first before others! 28. Dezember 2013
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As a beginner to racing, this book is a must. I am still reading, replaying last summer races, to find out what needs correcting, improving and, what went correct. Most situations that occur while racing is covered, It covers how, where, to sail a course. With tactics, compass headings and, when best to tack/gibe.
This book is like a classroom, while reading I can replay practices and, racing event, see what I did, to what I should have done. I am still reading/rereading this book replaying scenarios, it's like an adult video game,
Just Awesome !
I started with "One Design" by Dave Perry: w/out racing experience, for me wrong book. I will read One Design, after I absorb Sailboat Racing.
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Psyched for speed! 7. März 2014
Von Brian Dellett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Easy to understand and great diagrams. You'll need a good basic understanding of sailing to soak it all up but if your looking to go faster this book will help you and give you good racing stratagies
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Easy to Read and Informative- Buy the Hardcopy! 30. November 2014
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The book is very informative. It presents the information in a readable/learnable manner. Can't say enough good things about it! Although I have sailed for some time, I never learned to push a boat to the edge. This book was teaches some of the nuances of trim that allow you to coax hull speed out of your boat on a regular basis- or get real close to it!

HUGE issue---- I bought this as a digital book versus a printed copy. This is one of those books you really need onboard in a readable format. For example- the book addresses things like backstay tension for various points of sail. This is something that one really wants as a reference while sailing. If I had purchased a paper version it would have stickie-bookmarks for each point of sail. While it is theoretically possible to do this on a digital device, even on a 33 foot sailboat, managing a touch screen and reading it on deck as the spray is flying is "challenging".

Bottom line- buy it!
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